Want something warm and gooey for breakfast but don’t want to have to slave away in the kitchen? Have I got the recipe for you! This pull apart recipe is is dead simple and sooooooo yummy! It’s a family favorite and usually my family will request this breakfast dish for special occasions!
This recipe is inspired by one that I got in my 8th grade home ec class. Originally we learned how to cook it in the microwave, but it is much better coming out of the over – so crispy and yummy!
Easy Breakfast Caramel Pull Apart
- 2 tubes of refrigerator biscuits (the flakier the better)
- 3/4 c butter ( one an a half cubes)
- 2/3 C brown sugar
- 2.5 T of water
- 1.5 tsp of cinnamon
- Dash of nutmeg
- Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees
- Spray a bundt pan with cooking spray. Take the biscuits and tear into quarters even distribute in pan
- In a microwave safe bowl melt butter. Add remaining ingredients, mix well.
- Pour mixture over torn biscuits in the pan, lightly stir to mix in.
- Bake 25- 35 minutes until a dark gold color. Remove from oven and (Carefully!!) flip onto platter while still hot. Note: You may want to run a knife or spatula around the edges before you flip the pan. Leave bundt pan on the retain heat until time to serve.
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I would like to make my 9 year old granddaughter a pair of fleece lounging pants to match her American Girl doll’s, but the fabric bolts on fleece say that they are flammable and not to be used for sleepwear. What are your thoughts on this topic?
Fleece items for sale in the store are treated with a flame retardant as is required. Now legally I can’t tell you that it’s ok. However I will be honest and tell you that for myself, I have made pajama pants from fleece purchased from a store that didn’t meet the sleepwear requirements.
The concern is with getting loose flowing jammies close to open flames or coils in space heater.
Pants like the currently in-style lounge pants should not be a problem.
I’ve made gowns and lounge wear for my daughter from it.